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Water Conservation Efforts Continue
Citizens have responded to the ongoing drought by implementing significant water conservation efforts while City Leaders seek alternative water sources. Learn more: Drought News and Water Conservation.

Something Happening Every Week in the Falls
There are events going on every week in Wichita Falls, from live theater to concerts and horse shows to art exhibits. There's something for everyone. Take a look and then go to http://choosewichitafalls.com/ for complete details!


New Water Tracker Goal
Use the the  Water Tracker to see how your conservation efforts are making a difference. The City encourages everyone to become a Water Tracker. Complete details  

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McNiel and Southwest Parkway Traffic Signal Replacement
The City of Wichita Falls Public Works Department in conjunction with Texas Department of Transportation will be replacing the traffic signals at the intersection of Southwest Parkway and McNiel on Monday and Tuesday, November 24th and 25th. Read on...
Current Lake Levels
Lake Levels for November 24, 2014 are: Lake Arrowhead 19.3%, Lake Kickapoo 28.4%, the combined total is 21.8%. The City is under a Stage 5 Drought Catastrophe. Conserve water in every way possible.